25 07, 2018

Diaper Bag Essentials – Everything You Need to Get Out of The House For The Day

2020-02-17T23:49:00-08:00July 25th, 2018|Babies, Family|5 Comments

Every new mom knows they need a diaper bag, but what exactly should you put in it? After some trial and error, and over packing and under packing I feel like I’ve found a pretty good system so I wanted to share it with you! I use all of the diaper bag essentials on a regular basis, and during blowout emergencies and spit ups I have gone through all of the clothes, [...]

5 07, 2018

0 – 3 Month Baby Essentials

2020-02-17T23:49:09-08:00July 5th, 2018|Babies, Family|6 Comments

I’ve been meaning to write this post for a few months now, and now that Logan is almost 6 months and it’s almost time to do a 3 – 6 month essentials list I couldn’t waste any more time. So here you go, our 0 – 3 month baby essentials list. […]

30 05, 2018

Babywearing – Stretchy Baby Wrap Review: Moby, Boba, and Baby Beluga

2020-02-17T23:49:18-08:00May 30th, 2018|Babies, Family|8 Comments

Babywearing is a great way to bond with your baby and a stretchy baby wrap offers the cuddly closeness that other baby carriers don’t. I personally love stretchy baby wraps, and they were lifesavers in the earlier days while dealing with a colicky baby and trying to get him to sleep. You can do skin to skin, breastfeed, hike, or have your hands free while doing things around the house all while having your baby [...]

9 05, 2018

The First 3 Months of Motherhood

2020-02-17T23:49:34-08:00May 9th, 2018|Babies, Family|4 Comments

As I mentioned in my previous post about dealing with colic during the first 3 months of motherhood, I want to share about my overall experience with new motherhood during those early months, but had so much to say that I wasn't quite sure how to organize it all. The reason I share about these things is to let other soon to be moms get a sneak peek of what may be in [...]

9 05, 2018

The First 3 Months of Motherhood – The Battle For Sleep

2020-02-17T23:49:43-08:00May 9th, 2018|Babies, Family|3 Comments

As with most parents sleep was a big struggle for us, and something I became quite controlling about. In the really early days, it could take hours to get him to go down to sleep at night only for him to wake up 2-3 hours later and be inconsolable with bad gas which would take a few more hours to settle him down again. It became exhausting and I felt so defeated [...]

9 05, 2018

Breastfeeding Tips – 5 Tips to Help You Breastfeed Successfully

2020-02-17T23:49:49-08:00May 9th, 2018|Babies, Breatfeeding, Family|8 Comments

From my experience, I can tell you that breastfeeding is hard, but personally, I find it to be so worth it and truly rewarding. Breastfeeding isn't for everyone and there are no judgments if it isn't for you, but the fact that you're reading this tells me you want to give yourself the best chance for success and I want to be able to help you out as much as I can. Below [...]

8 05, 2018

The First 3 Months of Motherhood – Breastfeeding is Hard

2020-02-17T23:50:05-08:00May 8th, 2018|Babies, Breatfeeding, Family|4 Comments

The secret thing that no one tells you about until you're very late in your pregnancy or starting to struggle with it yourself, is that breastfeeding is really hard. It's extremely rare that a newborn baby will squirm up to your boob, pop themselves on, and began to drink back that delicious milk with little to no effort. In reality, newborn babies are barely aware, have super tiny mouths and need to be [...]

19 04, 2018

The First 3 Months of Motherhood – Poor Little Digestive System, Dealing With Colic

2020-02-17T23:50:11-08:00April 19th, 2018|Babies, Family|10 Comments

This Friday marks Logan's 3 month birthday, and wow does time fly fast! These past 3 months have been filled with love, joy, exhaustion, amazement, anxiety, pride, self-doubt, curiosity, overwhelm, closeness, alienation, accomplishment, failure, and a million other feelings at both ends of the spectrum. Although it was exceptionally hard, I wouldn't trade the bonding and the learning experience for anything in the world. I am completely head over heels in love with [...]

23 03, 2018

7 Nursing Essentials to Help You on Your Breastfeeding Journey

2020-02-17T23:51:47-08:00March 23rd, 2018|Babies, Breatfeeding, Family|7 Comments

If you're planning on breastfeeding your baby good for you! Breastfeeding isn't for everyone. It can be a very hard and long journey before everything clicks, but it is so so rewarding once you get there, and I wouldn't trade the experience for anything. There are some different tricks to get a proper latch and help your supply, but I'll expand on that in a later breastfeeding tips post, for now I'll [...]